Pig’s feet (trotters) are found in many different cultural cuisines throughout the world. However, the way they are cooked or prepared varies greatly by region. Pigs feet have a lot of connective tissue and thick skin, so the chosen cooking method does require slow cooking the feet over low heat to make the meat tender.
Some popular methods of enjoying this part of the pig included boiled, braised, jellied and of course fried.
Pig’s feet are also great for dogs to chew on, but they must be raw. When cooked, the bones can easily become choking hazards for dogs.
Lastly, pig’s feet are a perfect ingredient for your bone broth recipes! You will get lots of collagen from pigs feet, along with other great nutrients like phosphorus, zinc and vitamin B12 when you slow cook trotters for broth!
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